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Imani Rastabi M, Jalilvand H, ZandeBasiri M. Determining the Reference Value in Forest Policy of Kalgachi Local System, Zagros Forest, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province. ifej. 2020; 8 (16) :1-9
URL: http://ifej.sanru.ac.ir/article-1-141-en.html
Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources of Sari University
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Sustainable forest management standards and measurement instruments subject and use them as the main tool is very important for monitoring and control in forest management. Sustainable progress monitoring and measuring possible by tools and standards. Tools and standards to help sustainable forest management can be more accurate and better information provided to forest managers and decision-makers. Sustainable forest management, including the different levels of tools and standards, criteria, indicators, confirming and reference value values. Measurement data confirming called reference value method. Reference values, a standard expression for the forestry action plan to help the indices. In this research, sustainable forest management standards and tools presented in the case study of Kalgachi locally system. Reduction in the number of forest offenses, rate of improved livelihood of forest dependent communities, grassroots participation and equity and forest dependent community’s involvement (numbers of organized groups and women) indicators of maintenance and development of socio-economic functions and conditions were examined. Confirming the reference value used to evaluate the monitoring field, the local people in the form of a combination of a questionnaire survey and interviews, distributed questionnaires and interviews with experts and organizations involved document review were used. The results of reference value of rate of improved livelihood of forest dependent communities’ indicator showed the need to improve the livelihood of farmer households, households with monthly income of at least 20 million Rials and animals, the monthly income of at least 12 million Rials. The minimum contribution to the local community, a cooperative of local men and women combined, and for natural resources and promoting a culture of awareness, held two meetings with the public in the run-up to local communities to participate as a value indicator.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/12/14 | Accepted: 2019/01/20 | Published: 2020/12/15

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